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[24a-71B-4]Magnetic interaction of co-intercalated magnetic atoms in transition metal dichalcogenide layers

〇Takumi Bizen1, Masanobu Miyata1, Mikio Koyano1 (1.JAIST)


transition metal dichalcogenide,intercalation,magnetic interaction

Magnetic interlayers can be created by intercalating magnetic atoms between the layers of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs). FexTiS2, a material in which a magnetic atom Fe is inserted between TiS2 layers, has been actively studied and is known to exhibit spin glass and ferromagnetism due to the ferromagnetic interaction between Fe and Fe, and to exhibit a large anomalous Hall effect. In this study, we aim to investigate the change of magnetic interaction between TMD layers by co-intercalation of different magnetic atoms (Fe, Co) between TiS2 layers.